Rosanne Bannister graduated from the University of Brighton’s 3D Materials Practice course in 2013 and was a member of Centrepunch Ltd’s Bursary in 2014.
Taking inspiration from architecture, the up-and-coming designer creates jewellery and objects that focus on geometric shapes and graphic decorations.
Her most recent range of sterling silver pieces is based on coal hole covers and the unexpected patterns they are decorated with.
Bannister aims to present the unseen in a new way with her jewels.
This feature originally appeared in the June 2015 issue of Professional Jeweller, read the issue online here.